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SanderO wrote:And then there's the AE911T fantasy of 81 columns being exploded on 8 floors all at once so the building can drop like a feather... in free fall.
SanderO wrote: Perhaps you ask him to explain how the building dropped 8 floors at free fall acceleration.
...the columns had to have been be removed, and removed virtually simultaneously on each floor, synchronistically timed so the building had no resistance, virtually, on the way down.
OneWhiteEye wrote:Is there a practical difference between synchronized removal ahead of descending mass, or removing them all at once? Not really; same result, slightly different timing.
SanderO wrote:pav... A bit of splitting hairs... If the 81 columns over 8 floors... 324 to be exact were not taken at the same instant... removing all resistance... then as you say the were taken out in a free fall sequence.. which I am assuming you to say that there were sets of timed explosions of each 2 floors columns (they were 2 stories tall). Let's take a look
To allow for FF over the distance of the first column (26').. after a little more than 1.25 seconds the second set of columns would have to be blasted... Not there are 52 feet clear and it's 2 sets of explosions about 1.25 seconds apart. But after 1.6 seconds another set of blasts would have to go off because the 3 set of columns from 52-78 feet are in the way.. So blast 3 blows the 3 set at about 1.6 seconds into the fall and we've destroyed 78 feet of column. The collapse is now moving pretty fast and just after second 2 the collapse has traveled the 78 feet and the columns from 78-104 feet must be cleared out of the way... so another blast of the 4 set goes off at just past the 2 second mark clearing out the 108 feet of column ht....
That's some set of precision time of 4 sets of 81 explosions in under 2 seconds. Wouldn't it be heard? Why not just blow them at once? Why the sequence?
OneWhiteEye wrote:I think SanderO just lumped the two in together
SanderO wrote:it occurred to me that the columns didn't even have to be destroyed at the same time... but over 2.25 seconds...
SanderO wrote:then as you say the were taken out in a free fall sequence..
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